Ego Development Through Induced Programming
Interest in the behavior: Observations of the behavior, identification of the behavioral characteristics, laws governing the behavior, and relations between the behavior and the environment are in the main stream. A selection of recent origin is .
Interest in processors and processes: Processors and algorithms that generate a behavior, and an identification underlying their structural characteristics are in the main stream, with the motivating force being an explanation (in the form of a model, simulation, hardware configuration) as to what kind of a system configuration is, or is not, able to produce the behavior under consideration. Typical example is .
KeywordsInternal Model Program User Inductive Programming Direct Programming Respond System
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